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The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities — the shoe shiners of La Paz.

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

Meeting migrants at our doorstep: SIM missionaries looking to Europe

In the past year, we have witnessed the worst migrant crisis in living memory, as more than 1.2 million people have fled to Europe to escape poverty and war.

Amid challenges, God at work in Mali ministries

From the outside looking in, ministering in Mali is a formidable task.

A child of war becomes a man of peace

Joseph Kur was a boy soldier in the Sudanese Civil War, both witnessing and committing terrible acts while still a child.

Meeting the needs of migrants in Malaysia

In the case of Malaysia, the Lower House of Parliament in a 2015 session revealed a figure of 2.7 million registered migrants in the country.

Child soldier for Burma to follower of Christ

YooTaa remembers the day God saved his life.

New Uruguay mission school has vision for world missions

SIM has a commitment to see Uruguay reached for Christ. And through key partnerships with like-minded organisations, a new missionary training school called Todos Oiran (All Will Hear) is opening its doors in Montevideo, Uruguay.

The Pastors role in developing a missions-minded church

Working among an unreached people group is so important in developing a passion for mission in pastors and church leaders.

How our small church grew a big heart for missions

Evangelical Christian Fellowship (ECF) in Liberia takes a special interest in missions and celebrates their recent missionary send off.

Connecting cultures through dreams

I am usually not a dreamer, but I had a dream where I decided to cut my hair. In my dream, as I turned my head sideways my face turned into one of the local people.

In the wake of Ebola, SIM offers ground-breaking medical treatment

In immense pain, James entered the Ebola survivor treatment unit in February 2015.

A case of mistaken identity: a student finds meaning beyond academia

It was Allison’s fourth and final year at university. Her grades really had to count this last year, but during her fall semester exams, she faltered. “One of those moments you really hope you never have…which is when I forgot everything I’d learned,” Allison said.

Latinos reaching Latinos: God at work in rural Ecuador

Martha was always full of questions. From the first time she attended the Bible study, her desire to know more was evident.

Wiping bottoms and bringing good news

“Local men often just live whatever lifestyle they choose but women are still generally doing most of the work and are home with the kids." Carol, her husband Anthony, and their three young children live in Central Asia. Officially, their role is church planting amongst the Muslim Yee people, but as yet there are too few believers in the area to plant one.

Story Archives

The masked shiners of La Paz

SIM workers Randy and Dani Davis are establishing a church called Kayaparu ("at His feet") amongst one of Bolivia's least-reached communities — the shoe shiners of La Paz.

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

Meeting migrants at our doorstep: SIM missionaries looking to Europe

In the past year, we have witnessed the worst migrant crisis in living memory, as more than 1.2 million people have fled to Europe to escape poverty and war.

Amid challenges, God at work in Mali ministries

From the outside looking in, ministering in Mali is a formidable task.

A child of war becomes a man of peace

Joseph Kur was a boy soldier in the Sudanese Civil War, both witnessing and committing terrible acts while still a child.

Meeting the needs of migrants in Malaysia

In the case of Malaysia, the Lower House of Parliament in a 2015 session revealed a figure of 2.7 million registered migrants in the country.

Child soldier for Burma to follower of Christ

YooTaa remembers the day God saved his life.

New Uruguay mission school has vision for world missions

SIM has a commitment to see Uruguay reached for Christ. And through key partnerships with like-minded organisations, a new missionary training school called Todos Oiran (All Will Hear) is opening its doors in Montevideo, Uruguay.

The Pastors role in developing a missions-minded church

Working among an unreached people group is so important in developing a passion for mission in pastors and church leaders.

How our small church grew a big heart for missions

Evangelical Christian Fellowship (ECF) in Liberia takes a special interest in missions and celebrates their recent missionary send off.

Connecting cultures through dreams

I am usually not a dreamer, but I had a dream where I decided to cut my hair. In my dream, as I turned my head sideways my face turned into one of the local people.

In the wake of Ebola, SIM offers ground-breaking medical treatment

In immense pain, James entered the Ebola survivor treatment unit in February 2015.

A case of mistaken identity: a student finds meaning beyond academia

It was Allison’s fourth and final year at university. Her grades really had to count this last year, but during her fall semester exams, she faltered. “One of those moments you really hope you never have…which is when I forgot everything I’d learned,” Allison said.

Latinos reaching Latinos: God at work in rural Ecuador

Martha was always full of questions. From the first time she attended the Bible study, her desire to know more was evident.

Wiping bottoms and bringing good news

“Local men often just live whatever lifestyle they choose but women are still generally doing most of the work and are home with the kids." Carol, her husband Anthony, and their three young children live in Central Asia. Officially, their role is church planting amongst the Muslim Yee people, but as yet there are too few believers in the area to plant one.